Arvind Kejriwal today distributing compensation cheques to the victims of 1984
NEW DELHI: If victims of the 1984 had got justice then “brutal attacks like 2002 and Dadri” wouldn’t have taken place, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today distributing compensation cheques to the victims on the 31st anniversary of the violence.
Attacking the BJP which governs the Centre for the 2002 Gujarat riots and the mob-lynching of a man in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri last month, he said the BJP had only tried to score political points from the riots.
“Had ’84 riot victims got justice, brutal attacks like 2002 and Dadri wouldn’t have taken place. Never before has it happened that the President had to speak up on intolerance,” Mr Kejriwal said.